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Zeske Gets Sworn In

Mark Zeske took the oath of office on December 16, 2020, officially making him an Irving City Councilman. After the holidays, on January 14, 2021 a ceremonial swearing in was conducted at that evening’s city council meeting. He was joined by his wife, Dr. Karen Zeske, and sworn in by Judge Rodney Adams. Mayor Rick Stopfer and Councilman J. Oscar Ward were also involved in the ceremony after winning their respective elections back on November 8, 2020.

We Won the Runoff!

We want to say thank you to everyone in the Irving community. From voters to opponents, donors to volunteers, and city staff to voting officials, please know that all your hard work is greatly appreciated. We should also take a moment to be proud of Irving and its citizens, especially District 3. A total of 1,400 votes were cast for the runoff election, which surpasses any previous vote count for a District 3 municipal election. Our next step must be continuing this involvement en route to a better Irving.

Mark Zeske is ready to get to work!